Teodor Ajder

Teodor Ajder works at American School of Warsaw, in the Service Learning Department. Teodor is a writer, psychologist, special educator, curator. A graduate in Psychology from Babeș-Bolyai University, Romania, he obtained his MS degree in Education and Ph.D. in Environmental, Information and Media Sciences from Yokohama National University. He is the author of a number of books (in Romanian) in which the topic of migration is prevalent – MO[PO]JARO (2010); The Mēn Mask is For A Japanese Girl (2008, reedition 2019); Vurda, The Heart’s Replacement (2003), Hour of Love (2002). In 2014 Teodor has co-founded, together with a collective of Romanian speaking immigrants in Poland, “Mămăliga de Varșovia” – a trilingual literary magazine focussed on the position of the immigrant. He was born in Chișinău, Moldova.